With Jew-hatred again on the rise across the globe, join a special discussion with Rabbi David Wolpe — senior rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles — on the topic of “Israel, Antisemitism, and the Jewish Future,” on Thursday, June 10, at 8 PM EDT (5 PM PDT).
This timely virtual talk — moderated by Jewish Future Pledge co-founder Mike Leven — will focus on how Jews can embrace Jewish pride and strengthen Jewish peoplehood with a forward-looking vision.
Registration is available here.
The Jewish Future Pledge is a worldwide movement working to ensure that vibrant Jewish life continues for generations to come. It calls on all Jews to pledge that half or more of the charitable giving in their will/estate plan will support the Jewish people and/or the State of Israel — and sparks intergenerational conversations about why the Jewish people matter.
For more information on the Jewish Future Pledge, visit its website: jewishfuturepledge.org
About Rabbi David Wolpe: David Wolpe is the senior rabbi at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, California. He has been named the most influential rabbi in the United States by Newsweek Magazine and one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by the Jerusalem Post. He has authored eight books and is a regular columnist at Time.com with his work featured in many of U.S.’s leading publications. Rabbi Wolpe’s most recent guest essay in the New York Times, titled “The Jewish History of Israel is Over 3000 Years Old. That’s Why it’s Complicated,” can be found here.
About Mike Leven: Mike Leven is a visionary business executive and philanthropist. Inspired by Warren Buffet’s and Bill Gates’ Giving Pledge, Mike co-founded the Jewish Future Pledge to carry on his family’s commitment to Judaism. Mr. Leven currently serves on the boards of countless Jewish organizations and is the author of Can’t Do It Yourself: How Commitment to Others Leads to Personal Prosperity.